A German skeleton in an in-house Unitas movement. As the original Unitas / ETA-movement has long run out of any protection thru a patent, other independent manufacturers could use the blueprints of the movements. The watches are hand-assembled in Pforzheim, Germany. It is skeletonized and fully engraved, plated with rhodium. The finish is great, and so are the results of the electronic timegrapher. Yes, this watch is precise! As it does not show a second hand, the wearer won’t see the precision – but know it. The amplitude – full wound – reaches 300 degrees, and the timekeeping is within 5 seconds per 24 hours.